Do one or more of the following solutions:
Solution 1: Install or activate the missing fonts.
Install the missing fonts (see "Installing fonts" in InDesign or InCopy Help for more information). If the fonts are already installed and you use a font management utility, make sure that the fonts are activated. If you use a font management utility, then consult the documentation included with the utility for instructions.
Solution 2: Install the font style or use only installed font styles.
InDesign and InCopy support only installed font styles. Some fonts, such as Critter, don't include bold or italic styles. In such cases, select the plain version of the font in InDesign or InCopy. Make sure that the font style (for example, Tekton Bold, Optima Oblique) is installed or change the font style to one that's available in InDesign or InCopy.
Solution 3: Reinstall missing fonts.
Make sure that the font appears in another application to verify that the font is installed correctly. If the font doesn't appear in another application, reinstall the font. After you install a font, it is sometimes necessary to restart the computer for the font to become available.
Note: Mac OS X installs and manages fonts differently than previous versions of Mac OS. For more information, see Troubleshoot font problems (Mac OS X) or see the Apple Support article "Mac OS X: Font Locations and Their Purposes" on the Apple website at http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=106417.
Solution 4: Replace missing fonts.
Use the Find Font command to replace each instance of the missing font with an installed font.
The Find Font command doesn't replace fonts contained in imported graphics. If the missing font is in a placed EPS or PDF file, install the missing fon. Or, re-create the EPS or PDF file and embed the font.
Note: Replacing a font can change the appearance of the document if the installed font takes up more or less space than the missing font.
To replace a missing font: